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Immediate Future: Are AI Persons?

July 27, 2022, 10:00-11:00 AM ET 

Immediate Future: Are AI Persons?

ATARC’s AI and Data Policy Working Group intends to investigate the policy implications of AI personhood for the US Federal government. We believe the topic will become critically important as technology advances, public awareness grows, and the limitations of current policies become apparent. Our goal is to help federal policy makers develop and implement policies in this area that conserve American values while enabling the development and application of emerging AI technologies. We hope to accomplish this goal by providing a forum for broad stakeholder discussion of AI personhood in order to develop clarity of what AI personhood means, how it might affect society and the government, and what areas of focus should be in developing relevant policy.

Anthony Boese

Anthony Boese

Presidential Management Fellow

Ansgar Koene

Ansgar Koene

Global AI Ethics and Regulatory Leader, Ernst and Young

David Gunkel

David Gunkel

Presidential Research, Scholarship and Artistry Professor, Department of Communication, Northern Illinois University

Sandy Barksy

Sandy Barksy

Executive Program Director Government and Education

Moderator:  Ken Farber

Moderator: Ken Farber

Solutions Architect, TekSynap

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